Here is my favorite quote, Jason:
>But Current Technologies LLC, which offers BPL service in the Cincinnati
and Rockville, >Md., areas, can't find interference caused by its system,
said Jay Birnbaum, the company's >vice president and general counsel.
Current Technologies uses a technology standard >called HomePlug, designed
to not interfere with other radio signals.
>"[Interference] just doesn't exist," Birnbaum said. "They based a lot of
their assumptions on >outdated noise flow analysis."
Yes, the laws of physics are outdated, didn't you hear. I love the way
these guys just make it up as they go along. Probably good for
them, when the BPL bubble bursts, they will all be eminently
qualified for a career in politics.
73 de Mike, W4EF.........................
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 6:26 AM
Subject: [RFI] I wish this guy had interviewed Ed Hare also...
> Interference questions dog broadband over power lines
> I like the way this guy panned the blame on ham radio operators...
> Story by Grant Gross
> JANUARY 07, 2004 ( IDG NEWS SERVICE ) - Ham radio operators and at least
> one U.S. federal agency contend that the transmission of broadband over
> power lines interferes with their radio signals, and if the radio
> operators have their way, the emerging technology that's meant to give
> Internet users another broadband service choice might not get off the
> ground in the U.S.
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